Catchphrase: The Agatha Christie Edition – The Answers

Last week I challenged my readers with 14 photos and the aim of the game was to decide which Agatha Christie film they were depicting. Simple, right? Yet the majority of each photo was concealed behind a series of coloured squares. If you haven’t had a go already then click here to see the original post.

If you want to see the answers keep reading…

Photo 1 – Death on the Nile (1978)

Photo 2 – The Mirror Crack’d (1980)

Photo 3 – Crooked House (2017)

Photo 4 – Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

Photo 5 – Murder Ahoy (1964)

Photo 6 – The Alphabet Murders (1965)

Photo 7 – Appointment with Death (1988)

Photo 8 – Love From a Stranger (1937)

Photo 9 – Murder on the Orient Express (2017)

Photo 10 – And Then There Were None (1945)

Photo 11 – Ordeal by Innocence (1984)

Photo 12 – Death on the Nile (1978) (Yes I know, we’ve this title already, but as I updated everyone on the original post, I got myself muddled with another Christie film. Photo 1 was placed on a website right next to a paragraph on Evil Under the Sun, so I presumed it was that one. The fact there are many overlapping actors, which didn’t help!)

Photo 13 – The Spider’s Web (1960)

Photo 14 – Endless Night (1972)

So how many did you get right?

2 comments

  1. I got 8 out of 12. I didn’t answer 11 or 12 because they completely stumped me. I switched the answers for Appointment with Death and Death on the Nile (#1). Understandable considering the setting for each. I thought something was odd when nothing fit for Evil Under the Sun.

    The Spider’s Web?! Who has even seen that? I’ve never heard of it. But that’s definitely Glynis Johns! I had to look it up on imdb.com to see when it was made, who else was in it, and what it was based on. I’ve never heard of that play either. Bloody hell.

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